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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

; t-i. THE PITTSBTJKG DISPATCH, HODAT, APETD' 19, 1889, , "m W mc i MISTAKE IN NAMES Caused All the' Trouble Over Gov ernor Beaver's Kose-Pulling. CAPT, ARMES WASKOT GEN. AMES. Two Appointments in New fork City Kot Entirely Political. ATIAHQUIAE SOUTHERN FIGHT OTEE "Washington, April 18. .When the Armes court martial met to-day counsel for ths accused endeavored without success to hare the case dismissed for 'want of jurisdic tion. The first witness for the defense was then called. He mi A-"W. Cully, a special policeman, who told how Captain Ames had been put out of the line of procession, and said that Captain Bourke appeared to be excited but not intoxicated. Lieutenant Governor "Woodbury, of "Ver mont, testified that he had known Armes for 25 years, and bore witness to his good character. Edwin Smith testified that he was with Armes in the Biggs House when Governor Beaver appeared. He shook hands with Armes and a conversation en sued. The Governor expressed regret that he had not...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

THE PITTSBUKG- DISPATCH, FRIDAY,- APRIL .19,: 1889.- - 6 COULDNTCET A BUN Our Home Talent Again Touch Up the Torontos. ME, ALLEN SHOWS HP WELL Grand Close of the Tracy Trotting Horse Sale. LOCAL SHOOTING GROUNDS OPENED Some Interesting Ball Gaines Among the Association Teams. GENERAL BP0ET1KGNEWS OP THE DAI One of those ball games that disgusts cranks and makes everybody in general weary was played yesterday afternoon, at Recreation Park, between tbe Pittsburg and Toronto dabs. Tbe "visitors -were shut oat, and when that is said almost all interest is taken out of the contest. How ever, Horace and his men may compare with the big people of the League the fapt remains that rach aggregations as Toronto are just as palatable as strawberry jam to onr sluggers. Toronto is really so far be hind the Pittsburgs in playing abilities that a contest between the teams is not worth seeing. The attendance was poor, not more than 350 being present The playing, generally speaking, was of a poor kin...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

;r ' : -r V. ' lif v- T 'rJST- ?? i US ke I STILL SOME KICKING. T A K umber of Stale Legislators Who Do Sot Want to Celebrate. THEY WILL FIGHT TO THE LAST, And Endeavor to Keep the Treasury From Footing the Bills. ETERITHING IS BEAD I JOE THE FBAI. F Tickets for the Big Amendment Contest Being Pet in Circulation. The opponents of the Legislative trip to the "Washington Centennial celebration are still at work. An effort "will be made to pre Tent the payment of the expenses by the State. A half million amendment tickets have been sent to Allegheny county. A number of Legislators are in the field for lucrative offices. FSOK X ETXTT COKJirSPOKDEJTC.3 Habrisbubg, April 18 The opposition to the New York trip is not dead. It is not even slumbering. On Mo nday evening it will appear again in the shape of a resolu tion designed to prevent what many mem bers feel is a very impolitic excursion. Mr. Lytle tried it to-day, bnt, resolutions not being in order, it was objected to by Mr. Brooks an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

-v I'K-i-Fi :!. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1889. ' 'I $- - END OF A WILD LIFE. Sydney Walters, Formerly of Pitts bar?, Suicides in Chicago. A EIVAL TO BBIGHAM TOUNG. Several Wives of the Dead Man Hare Al ready Been Beard From. dXE 60MEWHAT PICUL1AR TELEGBAM Bent From This City bj a Sister-ln-La or the Bull Tempter of Fate. ' Sydney "Walters committed suicide at the Hotel Bichelieu, Chicago, by taking mor phine. At one time he resided in Pittsburg. He is said to have led an extravagant life, and is claimed as husband by several women. A sister-in-law living in this city ells of his career here. Chicago, April 18. A gentleman who has been stopping at the Hotel Bichelieu since April 10, and was registered as Sidney "Walters, suicided with morphine in his room last night. "Walters spent money freely, and made many friends since arriv ing at the hotel. About 6:30 last evening a chambermaid, passing his room, heard la bored breathing and notified the clerk. The door of the ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

' "V 'V' . 'fy - r- TV 7 - & K ? T COUGHS AM COLDS. Valuable Hints That May Prove Beneficial to the Afflicted. POPULAR ERRORS POINTED ODT. The Sudden Stoppage of a Conga Some times Yery Dangerous. THE ONE REMEDY FOE INFANTS A cough, if at all persistent, is quite sure in any case to excite apprehension of serious disturbance of the lungs. And yet, not withstanding that fact,it is one of the symp toms which is most often neglected or but indifferently self-treated. Possibly the rea son is that of the actual causes and signifi cance of cough, comparatively little is known to the non-professional. .Hence.it is assumed that something of interest may be said on the subject, particularly now, when pneumonia is filling many graves. It really ought not to be necessary to emphasize the fact that a rough is never a disease by itself, but is merely a symptom, and a salutary one in a large proportion of cases. Many people forget this; and in attempting to treat themselves simply aim to stop...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

-7P& 10 OFFICIAL PITTSBURG. A No. 385. N OHDINANCE-VACAT1NO AN UN NAMED alley parallel with Penn avenue in Philip Winebiddle'8 plan of lots In the Nine teenth ward. Pittsburg, between Winebiddle avenue and Fayette street, on said plan. Section 1 Be It ordained and enacted by the city ot Pittsburg, in Select and Common Coun cils assembled, and It is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority of the same. That an unnamed alley laid out in Philip Wineblddle's plan of lots in the Nineteenth ward, Pittsburg, recorded in the Recorder's office ot Allegheny county in Plan Book, vol. 4, page 268, parallel 'with tbe Greensburg and Pittsburc Turnpike road, now Penn avenue, and between Wlnebld dle and Fayette streets on said plan, be and the same is hereby vacated from Linden street in said plan, now Conrad street, to the west ern line of said plan, except so much thereof as is included within the lines of Conrad, Eve line, Fitch and Mathilda streets and Winebld dle avenue, as laid out an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

f. THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH FRIDAY, AHRlTi 19, II L889. - MEAT ON THE HOOF. Prime Heavy Cattle Being Withheld for Better JIarfcets. LAEGE TEOFITS TOR EXPORTERS. Tiews of a Montana Kanchman on the Cat tle Sitnation. WEEK KETDRKS AT LIBERT! IARDS Office or fittsbtjrg Dispatch, i THURSDAY. April 18, 18S9. J With returns for the "week all in, it ap pears that local cattle receipts -were but 30 head more than last week. Small as the ex cess has been, it has made a slight impres sion on markets, but no change in rates. The only difference between the markets of last week and this is that the former were more active. Every thing then was cleared up, while this week a few loads were shipped ontin search of buyers. There were no prime heavy cattle in this week's supplies. The heaviest that could be hunted down did not exceed 1,400 pounds in weight, and for these the outside price was Kc An interview with one of our leading cattle men, who, in addition to being a heavy dealer, is the owner of ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 19 April 1889

.12 THE PITTSBUHG!- DISPATCH, FBIDAY, AERHi 19, 1889, LATE NEWSJN BRIER The Illinois Honse of Representatives has passed the Merritt aati-trust bill. John H. Swift was hanged at Hartford, ronii, yesterday lor the murder of his wife, July 7, 18S7. Twelve hundred and thirty emigrants em larked at Queenstown yesterday on steamers bound for America. The President yesterday appointed A. Snowden Bill to be Collector of Internal Rev enue for the District of Maryland. The town council of Edinburgh, Scotland, by a vote of eight to Ave, has decided to confer the freedom of the city upon Mr. Paraell. The hearing on the petition of the Ameri can Telephone Company, for an increase of $10,000,000 in Its capital stock; -was begun at the .Massachusetts State Uouse this morning. Forty-one cowboys, from ranches near Garden City, Kas., have left Kansas City for Minneapolis, to take the places of the striking street car men of that city. More will follow. The warehouse of the Gratia Kiver Gypsum Compan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 April 1889

4 Transient Advertisements, INCLUDING WANTS, TO LETS, FOR SALES. ETC., FOR TO-MORROW'S ISSUE Should be handed in at the main advertising office of The Dispatch, Fifth avenue, up to midnight. ' r FORTY-POTJRTH YEAIL 10 ROOM FOR DOUBT Lima "Oil Not Only Refinable, But Large Quantities Are Refined, OHIO PEOPLE KNOW IT, And the Standard Oil Company is Engaged in It SO ONE ALLOWED TO SEE THE WOBK. The Product is plainly Labeled, Though, and Not Sold a Pennsylvania OH Ohio Oil Men Admit That Pennsylvania Crude is Far Superior to the Lima bmfl" foine Advantages Possessed by Each No Per ceptible Odor la a Lima Reflnery The Standard' Imraraie Plant at LimaTo Have An Addition Containing 4, 000,000 Bricks Another Big Gobble of Ohio Oil Territory on the Tapis. The largest refinery in the State of Ohio is daily at work on Lima oil, despite the claim of the Standard that the product can not be refined, Not only that, the Stan dard's big refinery at Lima is to be enlarged 20 stills, and 4,000,000 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 April 1889

GREAT IS THE GAS AndCIiartiers Bonds Are Sat isfactorily Placed. A KEGOTIATOR'S EEPOBT To a Joint Meeting of Charliers and Philadelphia Directors. MOST OP THE SECURITIES GO EAST, Though Some of Them Are Taken ly Pitts burgers With Faith. A CHAT WITH MK. ILSLBr ABOUT IT The directors of the Chartiers Valley and the Philadelphia Gas Companies held a joint meeting yesterday to ratify the bonds issued by the Chartiers Valley. The meet ing was entirely informal, and the business was soon transacted. The indebtedness of the Chartiers Valley has been newly bonded to the amount of 1,000,000, and the bonds have been taken principally by Philadel phia bankers, though some of them were placed in Pittsburg, in round numbers, about 5300,000. The action of the sub-committees from the two companies was harmonious, and the present relations will be continued, the Philadelphia paying the Chartiers Valley stockholders a certain proportion of its profits for the privilege of operating the latter compa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 April 1889

.'3 : , - -ft - g" THE PZDTSBUEG DISPATCH, ' SATURDAY, ' APRIL 20, L889. THE INITIAL OHAME. Superintendent Patterson Notified by Windom and Yfindrin TO GET OUT FOR ME. M. L. MAIME. 'The Old Superintendent of the U. 5. Build ing Takes Hold Monday. EETIB1NG AXD 1XC0JI1SU MEN TALK "When a reporter of this paper -walked into the office of Supervising Architect J. V. Patterson, in the new Government building yesterday, Mr. Patterson, in an swer to the inquiry, "Is there anything new?" said: "Yes, there is. Head this letter." The note in question was from the Treas ury Department in "Washington, and read as follows: Sir: Your services as Snperlntendent of con struction of the Court House and Postoffice at Pittsburg, Fa., will not be required after the 2!d inst, and your compensation of $8 per day, including Sunday, will cease on said date, and I have to direct you to issue vouchers therefor to and including the 22d day of April, as re quired by vou according to instructions to Su perinten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 April 1889

ft r. t f- t It rTn-Mnrrnw'B Dispatch WILI. BE A 2D-PagG Triple NumbEr. It will contain contributions from tho pens of able -writers and all the news of tlio world, FaCt, Fanct, Fiction. scientific akd current gossip. narratives of travel asp adventure, "Will be found in the mammoth Twenty-Page Dispatch to be issued to-morrow morning. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8 1816. VoL , No. 72. Entered t Pittsburg rostoEce, November it, IbST, as second-class matter. Business Office G7 and 99 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. " Areraee circalallon of the daily edition of The Dispntch for six months ending April 1, 1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. . Average clrcnlntlon of the Sunday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS0, 46,423 Copies per lunc. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. TOSTAGE FREE IX THE EXITED STATES. DjUIT DISPATCH. One Year J 8 00 Daily Dispatch, Tcr Quarter 2 00 Daily Dih? atcii, One Month TO Daily Dispatch, including fenndsy, one year 10 00 Daily Dispatch, i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 April 1889

THE HTTSBUKG DISPATCH, SATURDAY, APEDL 20, 1889. TWO RIVAL OIL MEN Are Both Out "With a Force After the Same Tiece of Troperty. .vJIORE TROUBLE WITH THE MINERS. The Lively Local Option Contest in a Buckeye Community. ALL THE .NEWS FEOM XEAEBT TOWNS SPECIAL TELEGEAJC TO THI DISPATCH.I Bcegettstowv, April 19. Considera ble excitement prevails in the Mnrdocbs ville field this week. Some time ago a Mr. Jester, representing the Raccoon Oil Com pany, leased the Kobert Lyle farm, but, failing to pay the rentals, Mr. Lyle was about to release the lands to Mr. Honk, of "Washington, Pa., when Jester came to him and explained that the failure to pay was an oversight, at the same time offering him the money due. Mr. Lyle told him he would not refuse the money, but for him to wait a few days. In the meantime, he leased the land to Honk. As soon as Jester learned of the transaction lie catnered 50 men, and, securing CS teams loaded with rig lumber, tools, etc., he started for Murdocksville from S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 April 1889

i The Home Talent "Win a Real Kicking Game. IOTE AM) WHITE TO COME. Another Deal Going On to Secure Them Next Week. THE KOEEMAC-CARTWKIGHT KACE. Some Exciting Games Among tlie Associa r tion Teams. I GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAT The home aggregation of ball players had just about as much to do as they could yes terday to defeat the Stars from Syracuse. Considering that the Stars shine as minor lights they are not easy victims. To come down to real every day facts they are what ordinarily speaking would be called a tough lot of men to tackle. They undoubtedly appear to be the best lot of minor league players who have been here for a long time. But corpulent Jack Chapman always has good people about him. Yesterday's weather was just what base ball cranks and enthusiasts would desire. It was warm enough to be pleasant in the open air, and as a result nearly 2,000 people were present. There was more en thusiasm displayed than at many a cham pionship game. Before the game had pro cee...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 April 1889

THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, 'SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 188flf , , J: J -rill. . . I 777" I 7. 7. 7 ... I r , T I . omT,.-r ,v . . I mnn m , TT rt-ix mi, . tttit I vnm . coTf.nn nr.r TITTiam" ' TTVT A 011 ' Hh MAM- fflR ANN g0 a DijiAL Aaju a bJiAD, i 1AA UJN lJKAYJiL. - L JJUiOi m a oawM Thousands of Boomers Engaged in a Fierce Struggle With the Elements. DELUGEOFMUDAND'WATER Jhe Military Ordered to the Front by President Harrison. GEN. MEEEITT WILL BE IS COMMAND Scenes and Incident of tbo Onward March of the Pilgrims Rumors of More Flght Inc and Bloodshed on the Border Ex Concressman Wearer AmongThose Who Will Take Up Claims Gambling and General Lawlessness PrcraH Gangs of Robber Preparing for Raids on Stages and Settlers The Liquor Regulations. Despite all obstacles the Oklahoma boomers are pressing forward toward their promised land. Desperadoes are plentiful and several affrays have already occurred. Some of the pilgrims have been drowned in attempting to ford the swollen streams. It is r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 20 April 1889

I t i. f 8 PITTSBUEG LEADING. K8- Braflstrpfil'R Rn.v TrarlA is All Rtoht Because of Good Weather. i THE SITUATION IN PETEOLEDM. Building Material Comprises One of the Most Active Lines. IRON ASD STEEL TEEI HEAYI. B. G. Dun Co, 6ay These IToducts Are Harlnj a Depressis; Influence. According to Bradstreet't, business is bet ter at Pittsburg, Baltimore and Kansas City, because of fine weather. K. G. Dun & Co., however, say that iron and steel products have exerted a depressing influ ence in this section. Sugar continues to rise on unfavorable crop reports. The num ber of failures is still numerous. tSrCCIAI. TIXEQBAX TO THE xUSPATCH.l New Yoke, April 19. Special tele grams to Bradstreet't report moderate gains in the distribution of staple goods at Balti more, Kansas City and Pittsburg. At the first named city trade equals the volume a year ago, and at Pittsburg fine weather has been the stimulus. At Kansas City there is an active demand for goods and for funds for use in Oklahoma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

issrr ?-zzrqep tjssssiirm r ' TWENTYAGES.' PI .L rf ? " TRIPLE NUMBER. " fa? '"& r iV p yORTY-FOUHTH TEAE. Mil IB Make a Dash Across the Line Into Their Promised land, but Are Speedily ROUTED BY THE MILITARY. Erom Every Quarter of tlie Earth Eresh Arrivals Are Streaming In. EYENITALYBEPEESENTED. The Indians Are Sullen and Buying Big Supplies of Arms and Ammunition. A BAND OF 400 AEMED TEXANS Is Eeported to be Marching Upon Purcell to Release Comrades Impris oned There. GA3IBLEES ABE EEAPING A HAEYEST. Dramatic Scenes and Incident of the On ward Jonrnej Alt Liquor is to be Kept Ont of the Territory If Possible A Number of Bricklayers and Other Art! ( sans Join in the Rush General Merrltt and His Forces Arc Pressing to the Front The OfHdnls nt Washington Are Keeping an Anxions Eye on the SItun lion. The advance guard of the boomers has reached the fine which divides the neutral strip from Oklahoma. A number of them galloped over the forbidden soil, bnt were promptly driven back by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

A-rs n swsbek I s He Bakes tlie State Admiiiis . tration Fore and Aft FBOMIHE GOYEMOBDOTO Charges of Waste and Theft Made Against Officials THAT SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED. The Senator's illness Kept Him From Mating Things Lively. A BLOW AT BEATER'S MILITABI PRIDE State Senator J. S. Rutan is recovering his health slowly. A Dispatch reporter called upon him last evening. The Senator is suffering from a severe attack of rheu matism, and he experiences considerable pain in his arms and shoulders. Dr. Flem ing assures him that his chances of recovery are very good, and the Senator also feels that, though he has been a sick man all win ter, he is growing stronger every day. His old friend, Senator Quay, is anxious to have him go back to the springs at Carls bad, in Bohemia, and take another course of treatment; but Mr. Rutan does not care to go. He says he has been in Europe five times and he would rather remain at home. The dootor has forbidden him to excite himself; but the Senator is a v...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

prss SW'OWFTO.TWO CENTS. fe'. - Exceptionally Low Rail Kates to Two ' Local Celebrations. FISHING CLUB LOW FARES ILLEGAL Antffort on Foot to See whether They ' " Can Go Below Tourists. A COUPON TICKET QUESTION AAIN The Passenger Agents' Association met yesterday and decided to make a rate of 2 cents per mile within a radius of 125 miles for the May Festival. The railroads -were determined that, this time, the newspapers should not he given an opportunity to say that other cities could secure lower rates than Pittsburg, so they looked up what rates had been given Cincinnati for her festivals, and the same rate was made. Bezular fare will be charged for less than 50 cenis. These tickets will be put on sale the day before the festival, and will be good until the following Monday. The tickets will be sold all the week. A similar rate was made for the "Wash ington Centennial within a radius of 75 miles. These exceptionally lowratesare ex pected to induce a large number of people to visit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 21 April 1889

,-" y. r? -4- THE PITTSBURG 'DISPATCH,' ' SUNDAY, APEHf -21 1889. . E r B sV rflje B$pf $. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1818. Vol. 44, o. 7S. Entered at Pittsburg Postofflce. November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Office 97 and 69 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 79 Diamond Street. Axemen clrcnlntion of the daily edition of Tbe Dispatch for six months ending April 1, 1SS9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. Avcrace circulation of tho Sunday edition of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per issue. TEK31S OF TOE DISPATCH. rosTAGE rr.ix ix the united states. DAIISDlsrATOJ. One Year. S 8 00 DAH.T Bisr-ATCH, Per Quarter SCO Daily Disr-ATei, One Month TO DAILY Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year 10 00 Dailt Dispatch, including Sunday, per quarter. - 2 50 Daily DlsrATCH, Including Sunday, one month... 90 bO-DAY Dispatch, oneyear 2 50 H eebxy Dispatch, one year 123 TnE Daily dispatch Is delivered by carriers at 13 cents per week, or Including the bunday editi...

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